Photos, Prints, Drawings View of transparency in front of headquarters of supervisory committee for recruiting colored regiments, Chesnut Street, Philadelphia, in commemoration of emancipation in Maryland, November 1, 1864.
- View of transparency in front of headquarters of supervisory committee for recruiting colored regiments, Chesnut Street, Philadelphia, in commemoration of emancipation in Maryland, November 1, 1864.
- Created / Published
- Ringwald & Brown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, c1864
- Subject Headings
- - Slavery
- - Emancipation
- - Washington, George (1732-1799)
- - Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
- - African American
- - Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson) 1822-1885
- - Butler, Benjamin (1818-1893)
- - Johnson, Andrew (1808-1875)
- - Sherman, William Tecumseh (1820-1891)
- - Sheridan, Philip Henry(1831-1888)
- - Jefferson, Thomas (1743-1826)
- - Jackson, Andrew (1767-1845)
- - Farragut, David Glasgow (1801-1870)
- - military draft/recruitment
- - Breckinridge, John Cabell (1821-1875)
- - Clay, Henry (1797-1852)
- - Adams, John Quincy (1767-1848)
- - Henry, Patrick (1736-1799)
- - Fort Wagner
- - Mathew, Theobald (1790-1856)
- - Marshall, Thomas Frank (1854-1921)
- - Poetry
- - Broadsides
- - United States -- Maryland
- - United States -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Philadelphia
- - United States -- Maryland -- Saint Mary
- - United States -- Virginia -- Shenandoah -- New Market Heights
- - Second leaf contains the history of emancipation in Maryland and extracts from speeches and poems on liberty.
- 35.5 x 21.5 cm.
- Call Number
- Portfolio 4, no. 87
- Stern catalog 5070
- Source Collection
- The Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana
- Rare Book And Special Collections Division
- Digital Id
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